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Thomas B. Lawrence & Roy Suddaby

In: The SAGE Handbook of Organization Studies

Chapter 6: Institutions and Institutional Work

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Institutions and Institutional Work
Institutions and institutional work
Introduction

Institutional approaches to organization studies focus attention on the relationships among organizations and the fields in which they operate, highlighting in particular the role of rational formal structures in enabling and constraining organizational behaviour. A key contribution of ...

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